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-"'''You've Got to Have Freedom'''" is a [[1980]] musical composition by [[Pharoah Sanders]], published on [[Evidence Music, Inc]].+"'''You've Got to Have Freedom'''" is a [[1980]] musical composition by [[Pharoah Sanders]], published on [[Evidence Music, Inc]]. It was a popular track on the British [[acid jazz]] scene.
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You've Got to Have Freedom (anthology)

"You've Got to Have Freedom" is a 1980 musical composition by Pharoah Sanders, published on Evidence Music, Inc. It was a popular track on the British acid jazz scene.



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